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East Village Apartments for Rent

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East Village Studio #190-1D

BRAND NEW RENOVATED STUDIO~ ELEVATOR BUILDING~ Apartment features:- brand new renovations!!!- GOOD Closet Space- North ...
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$ 147

Lower East Side Studio #190-4D

BRAND NEW RENOVATED STUDIO~ ELEVATOR BUILDING~ Apartment features:- brand new renovations!!!- GOOD Closet Space- North ...
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Union Square 1 Bedroom #331-4A

Beautifully renovated 1 bedroom apartment located on 14th street. Border of East Village and Gramercy. ...
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$ 135

Union Square Studio #331-4C

Brand new gut renovated studio in an elevator building in the heart of Union Square. ...
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$ 142

Union Square 1 Bedroom #331-6A

Beautifully renovated 1 bedroom apartment located on 14th street. Border of East Village and Gramercy. ...
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Furnished beautiful 1 Bedroom Apartm...

Beautifully furnished apartment available in the Lower Manhattan – one of NYCs trendiest areas. Situated ...
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East Village

Landmarks

Bordered by Gramercy Park to the North and the Lower East Side to the South, East Village is a thriving and vibrant neighborhood boasting extensive nightlife options and an artistic environment. Along with having the highest concentration of bars in New York City, the East Village offers easy access to Thompkins Square Park. Other notable points of interest include the Ottendorfer Library and St. Mark’s Place, also known as 8th Street. St. Mark’s Place is a cultural haven featuring independent retailers, local pubs and restaurants, and plenty of people watching opportunities.

Transportation

Transportation options in the East Village are plentiful. The F and V subway lines run to Second Avenue, while the L, N, Q, R, 4, 5 and 6 trains go to Union Square. Union Square is just past the northwest area of the East Village, although it can be a bit of walk to get from there to the central part of the East Village. The L also goes to First Avenue and Third Avenue. Perhaps the most convenient subway line to getting to the core of the neighborhood is the 6 train, which stops just one block from St. Mark’s Place. In addition to subway lines, there are MTA bus routes that also serve the East Village including crosstown buses.

Rent Prices

Immense gentrification has led to an increase in rental prices in the East Village for quite some time now. While the neighborhood has been able to retain some of its original bohemian feeling, in large part thanks to its proximity to NYU, living here isn’t inexpensive. Currently, the average price per square foot to buy is just over $1,700, and the median rent per month is around $3,600.